The intergalactic London punk quartet WACO have today unveiled the video for their new single ‘Good Days’, with the track being the first offering from their forthcoming second album Hope Rituals.
Released via the independent Venn Records, ‘Good Days’ is a throwback to when, well, days where good. However, the track does show the crucial positivity that can still be found, with the respective video being composed of wholesome home-filmed clips contributed by fans. On top of this, all proceeds from the track will go straight to NHS Charities Together in support the of National Health Service's battle aiganst the ongoing pandemic.
“We're overwhelmed by the support and creativity from our fans for the 'Good Days' video.” State WACO regarding the video for 'Good Days'. “It was touching to see smiling, positive faces from the UK, US, Russia, Italy and beyond. They reminded us that good days are waiting just around the corner, and got involved with a great cause to help health care workers who are putting everything on the line for the rest of us.”
The track, produced by Steve Sears Jr. at Monolith Studios London, is the first material from their forthcoming sophomore album Hope Rituals. More details regarding the album, including it’s release date, are set to be announced at a future date. The record is the follow up to their 2019 long play debut Human Magic.
For the time being, purchase ‘Good Days’ here and watch the video for it below!